Sharp has unveiled a new smartphone, dubbed as Sharp Aquos ZETA SH-03G. It will available in Japan through NTT DoCoMo carrier. However, there is no pricing details yet.
The Sharp Aquos ZETA SH-03G is shorter than a Galaxy S6, yet features a 5.5″ display, due to Sharp’s EDGEST design platform. The 1080p screen is built with Sharp’s homebrew IGZO technology that doesn’t push the refresh rate when the display is showing still images, so the power draw is pretty minimal, compared to other technologies, thus the 3000 mAh battery is enough for two days once fully charged.
In terms of specs, the Sharp Aquos ZETA SH-03G is equipped with the newest Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor coupled with 3GB of RAM, alongside 32 GB of internal storage. On the back there is a 13 MP camera with OIS, wide f/1.9 aperture and GR certified lens by Ricoh, is fixed. The Sharp also claims a record-setting slow-mo video out of this camera, with 480p done at 210fps, and interpolated to 2100fps, which lets you slow down the typical 30fps footage 70 times.
There is also a DTS dolby surround sound, a fingerprint scanner and LED lights. It runs Android 5.0 Lollipop OS out of the box. The phone is waterproof too. It comes in black, white and red variant colours. The smartphone measures 141 x 76 x 8.3 mm and weight is 150 gms.
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